Christopher J Abissi

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Two hundred fifteen consecutive patients with cerebrovascular events were evaluated prospectively for the incidence and characteristics of headache. Of 163 patients able to communicate, headache occurred in 29% with bland infarcts, 57% with parenchymal hemorrhage, 36% with transient ischemic attacks and 17% with lacunar infarcts. Patients with a history of(More)
Drug rechallenge (or reinitiation), following an event of drug-induced liver injury, is associated with 13% mortality in prospective series. Rechallenge generally results in much more rapid injury than the initial liver event. The neurokinin-1 antagonist casopitant or its placebo was administered cyclically with ondansetron and dexamethasone in two(More)
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